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Re: [MiNT] uname -X ??
Martin-Eric Racine wrote:
> When trying to port something today, I ran into problems, because
> the Configure script tried 'uname -X' and got an unexpected reply;
> basically, none of our uname ports support the -X option.
> Q: What's this -X option anyways?
I found it in a SunOs man page:
| -X Print expanded system information, one infor-
| mation element per line, as expected by SCO
| UNIX. The displayed information includes:
| o system name, node, release, version,
| machine, and number of CPUs.
| o BusType, Serial, and Users (set to
| "unknown" in Solaris)
| o OEM# and Origin# (set to 0 and 1,
The output for -X should be (for example):
: System = Atari-MiNT
: Node = AltF4
: Release = 1.15.1 beta 0.6
: KernelID = <unknown>
: Machine = m68k
: BusType = <unknown>
: Serial = <unknown>
: Users = <unknown>
: OEM# = 0
: Origin# = 1
: NumCPU = 1
> My personal choice: Atari-MiNT
> How about yours? ;-)
I think its ok.